Lumberton police asks public for additional info on man accused of killing Hania Aguilar


Left: Michael Ray McLellan | Right: Hania Noelia Aguilar

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LUMBERTON, N.C. — Lumberton police and the FBI are asking the public for help in tracking the movements of the man accused in the kidnapping and death of 13-year-old Hania Aguilar during a critical stretch of November, WTVD reports.

Investigators hope to determine where Michael McLellan was from Nov. 4 to Nov. 18, the day before Hania was kidnapped to the day McLellan was booked into the Robeson County Detention Center.

The public is asked to contact Lumberton Police at (910) 671-3845 or (910) 671-3846 if you have any information about the following:

  • Where McLellan was Nov. 4-18
  • McLellan possessing a weapon.
  • Mr. McLellan possessing a yellow bandana.
  • The location of a yellow cinch sack McLellan is known to carry.
  • Photos of McLellan in possession of the yellow cinch sack.
  • Photos taken by you or by a direct contact of yours of McLellan in September, October, or November 2018.
  • McLellan in possession of two small TV monitors that fit in the headrest of a vehicle.
  • McLellan possessing white Adidas sneakers with three black stripes and distinctive, colorful stitching.

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